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Qt Creator 4.13 Beta released

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We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 4.13 Beta!

Here are some excerpts from our change log:

New Experimental Plugins

Thanks to Alexis Jeandet for initial support for the Meson build system!

Thanks to IncrediBuild for contributing their Qt Creator integration!

You need to open Help > About Plugins (or Qt Creator > About Plugins on macOS) and enable these plugins before you can use them.

Editing

We updated LLVM for the C++ code model to LLVM 10, implicitly improving support for C++20 features.

We fixed many smaller issues with the C++ code model...

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Also: Qt Creator 4.13 Beta Released - Finally Offers Meson Build System Integration

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    Welcome back to this Sketch Bridge for Qt Design Studio Tutorial, in the last part we created our first button and got it working with it's different states in Qt Design Studio (referred to as qds for the rest of the tutorial). In this part we're going to go back in and create a menu component from instances of this button and look at overriding the icons and text for each instance.

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    Here we can adjust the size and colors of our rectangle until we are happy with it and in this case we can leave the single settings set to merge as we just want a simple single asset for this to begin with.

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